NetJets, the largest fractional aircraft provider in the world, will boast a fleet of close to 1,000 aircraft by the end of 2023, according to Patrick Gallagher, NetJets President of Sales, Marketing and Service. The group currently operates more than 850 aircraft worldwide between its US, European and Executive Jet Management fleets. Setting out the company’s ambitious plans for continued growth at the recent Corporate Jet Investor Miami event, he confirmed that the operator will take 75 new build aircraft in 2022, with a further 100 to follow next year. Remarkably, at this rate NetJets accounts for roughly 12% of all bizjet production. In terms of sales, Gallagher also confirmed that capacity is sold out through 2023 and non-refundable deposits were now being taken against 2024 deliveries.